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Aberdulais Falls
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Rheola Market
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Neath (Castell- nedd) is on the A465 ( M4.J43). With a current population of approx. 55 thousand inhabitants, there has been a settlement at this crossing place of the river Neath since ancient times. The remains of Neath Castle are close to today’s shopping centre and other local attractions include The Cistercian Neath Abbey and Gnoll Park. Neath has a proud association with Rugby - The local team formed in 1871 and the inaugeration of the W.R.U. took place at the Castle Hotel in 1881 . Admiral Nelson also stayed at this hotel on his way to Milford Haven, so today’s visitors enjoy history and hospitality. Neath is the centre of a beautiful area stretching from the majestic Brecon Beacons to the golden sands of the South West Wales Coast. You can explore the network of footpaths in the Vale of Neath or the cycle tracks in the Afan Valley (known locally as 'Little Switzerland'). Margam Country Park is also popular for its splendid landscapes, architecture, rich heritage and cultural past. It has a magnificent 18th Century Orangery, an impressive and picturesque Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House and 12th Century Chapter House. It often hosts antique fairs and other events.


Aberdulais Falls
Cefn Coed Colliery Museum
Neath Abbey


Lone Wolf Campsite
Ty Canol Farm Camping


Dental Surgery
Ferry Dental Practice


The Surgery
Victoria Gardens Surgery

Estate Agent

Feathers Estate Agency
Peter Alan Estate Agents
Peter Morgan
Peter Morgan
Taylors Estate Agents

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Swansea Bay

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Esporta Health & Racquets Club
Glamorgan Health and Racquet Club
Llandarcy Academy of Sport


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Merhba Affari
Rheola Market

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Angel Inn
Borough Arms
Britannia Inn
Canterbury Arms
Duke Of Wellington
Exeter Inn
Full Moon Inn
Lamb & Flag Inn
Market Tavern
Prices Arms
Puddlers Arms
Rose & Crown Inn
Royal Exchange Inn
Tudor Inn


Cafe Di Napoli
Eastern Promise
Lamb & Flag Inn
Maharaja Tandoori Restaurant
Prices Arms
Round House Restaurant
Taverna Paradiso


Blaenhonddan Primary School
Cefn Saeson Comprehensive School
Gnoll Primary School
Melin Infant School


James & Stewart
Sheehans Solicitors


Alex Eagle Taxis
Central Cabs
Kevins Taxis


Gwyn Hall

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Briton Ferry Steel CC (Cricket)


Doreens Handmade Cards Direct

Just Organic
H Samuel
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Castle Hotel (0.11 miles)

Castle Hotel

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Originally a coaching inn reputedly frequented by Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, this hotel is conveniently positioned just off the M4, and 2 minutes’ walk from the nearest railway station. The birthplace ... More

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BlueBell Hotel (0.13 miles)

BlueBell Hotel

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Acquaint yourself with Neath's only 4-star boutique hotel The Bluebell is located in the heart of the town centre within walking distance of the town’s key amenities, attractions, shops and ... More

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Cwmbach Cottages (1.40 miles)

Cwmbach Cottages

Cwmbach Cottages is one of the quieter places to stay, nestled on a hill side surrounded by mature woodland just half a mile above the village of Cadoxton. Our location is ideal for walking with ... More | visit website

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Express by Holiday Inn Swansea (2.27 miles)

Express by Holiday Inn Swansea
Stay at the easy-access Holiday Inn Express Swansea-West M4, Jct. 43, close to city centre offices and beach escapes. Our friendly staff will greet you as you arrive in the bright, refurbished Lobby at the ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Port Talbot (3.21 miles)

Premier Inn Port Talbot
Conveniently positioned within easy reach of the M4. For shops and local amenities Port Talbot town centre and train station are only 1.5 miles away. Local attractions include Aberavon beach, Swansea Bay and Gower Peninsula. Our ... More | visit website
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Towers Hotel & Spa (3.42 miles)

Towers Hotel & Spa

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Luxury family run hotel situated just minutes off the M4 motorway and yet only 10 minutes away from Swansea City Centre and 20 minutes from the beautiful Gower coastline. All ... More

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Dillwyn Arms (4.47 miles)

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Located 5 minutes off junction 45 M4 Motorway within a short drive to Swansea City Centre and Gower coast. In the foothills of the Brecon ... More

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Premier Inn Swansea North (4.64 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M4. For shops and local amenities Swansea city centre is only 6 miles away. The Liberty stadium which holds a range of sporting events is just 3 miles ... More | visit website
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Ramada Swansea (4.67 miles)

Ramada Swansea

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Stay at the Ramada Swansea and experience everything you'd expect from an international hotel company. 3* Hotel situated near to the city centre. A modern hotel, conveniently located close to the centre ... More

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Blancos Hotel (4.78 miles)

Blancos Hotel

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Open your Eyes to an enviroment of ultimate luxury and elegance with the appeal of a central location.Convenietly located minutes from Swansea and Bridgend, and easy to reach from the ... More

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